April 28, 2014
FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour by Coca-Cola
Photo: Marketing Director of Coca-Cola Italy Fabrizio Nucifora (C) attends a party during day two of the FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour on February 20, 2014 in Rome, Italy. Photo by Paolo Bruno/Getty Images for Coca-Cola. © 2014 Getty Images.
Photo: The official FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour plane is a chartered McDonnell Douglas (MD) 83 operated by Danish Air Transport.
Photo: FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour Plane. The aircraft, which has a 6.5-hour/3,000-mile flight range, is decorated in vibrant colors to reflect the spirit of Brazil, the host country of the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
Photo: Three pilots, three flight attendants, a flight mechanic, a doctor and a flight coordinator staff the FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour plane. Personnel from Coca-Cola, FIFA and supporting agencies are onboard, too, as well as various media, a camera crew, Coca-Cola blogger/photographer Joel Robison and a security team.
Starting in September 2013 Coca-Cola has taken the FIFA World Cup Trophy on a journey spanning more than 92,000 miles and visiting 90 countries.
Posted by Editors at April 28, 2014 8:08 AM | Link to this Post